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Monday, 1 July 2013

HISTORY BEHIND INDIA GATE

  raj thakkar       Monday, 1 July 2013
India gate
India gate night view
         Hello friends after long time I am come back with great historical stories of different different places.Today I am going to post about India Gate.India Gate is situated at Heart of delhi.In this article i will tell you history of India Gate.
India gate
India gate on independence day 

         It is national monument of India.It is 42m high and it is popular area in evenings of summer.It was built in memory of 9,000 soldiers who becomes martyr in world war I.This Place is known for it's patriotic feelings.This place is considered as a tomb for all soldiers who becomes martyr for pride of India which is known as amar javan jyoti.This place is also known as all India war memorial and built in 1931.
India gate
India gate front view

          India gate is designed by Edwin Lutyens.If you look carefully then you will found that On wall of India gate India is written in bold encrypted letters on both sides.You will also find the sign of xIx in MCM.Walls of India Gate are scripted throughout from top to bottom with names of those soldiers who Becomes martyr and sacrifice their life for their country.There is a pedestal also which have rifal with cap of those soldiers as a tribute to all soldiers.
          So friends That was a history behind The India gate.Have a nice day...Don't forget to share with your friends.
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3 comments:

  1. Very impressive and beautiful. I love the different views - day and night.
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  2. It is memorable to have such a good information for those who can't visit the place &have a glance of information for future generation.

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